Dr. Susan Elliott, IICN Director from 2020-2022.
For the last 2 years God has placed me in the position of IICN Director and He has now directed that my time of service in this role is to end. The Holy Spirit, the voice of God, sometimes shouts while often speaking in a whisper. During the last months of 2021 I began to feel that my work at IICN was to end. By listening and prayerfully responding to the Holy Spirit’s continuing whisper, I acted in obedience. In notifying our NCFI president Anne Biro of my intent, the amazing peace of God has been ever present.
As my time in this role ends, the work of IICN carries on and the search for a new director begins. The mission and vision of IICN remain essential to the ministry of Christian nurses across the globe. A new leader in partnership with the need for more course faculty, Christian Nurse International authors, and developers of Bible studies to help nurses learn more about daily integration their Christian faith in all nursing roles and responsibilities is critical.
I leave you with Mark 12:30. Love the Lord your God with all of your heart, and with all of your soul, and with all of your mind, and with all of your strength.
A personal relationship with God through the saving blood of Jesus is the gift of eternal life. As a nurse, live out your faith by being the best nurse you can be so that your light will shine, people will see your good works, and all will be to God’s glory (Matthew 5:16).
In His Service,
Dr. Susan Elliott, IICN Director 2020-2022.from